Ludovicus I uma(one) rupia 1882
Ludovicus Meia(half) rupee, 1881
Ludovicus quarto rupia, 1881
Ludovicus Oitavo(1/8) Rupia,1881
The Oitavo rupia is equivalent to the 2 anna issued in British India in terms of metal content, value and buying power.
These coins are part of the coinage of Portuguese India, which was basically the dominion of Portugal in Goa. Unlike the British Indian coins, these coins are strongly European, giving no concession to India as per the features or design incorporated. The British coinage in India did have some Indian features like Indian languages : Hindi, Urdu/Persian and sometimes Bengali and/or Tamil, but these items are devoid of any such features. The obverse shows the ruler, Ludovicus I or Luis I of Portugal and the coat of arms, dominion and the denomination on the reverse. Needless to say, the one rupee is scarce and the fractions are rare, so its hard to make this set.